How the dream Jordan Love-led Packers offense could look in 2024

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Left tackle: David Bakhtiari/Jordan Morgan

David Bakhtiari's status for 2024 is unclear. The hope is that he can play. Even if he does return, Green Bay should draft a left tackle. A perfect scenario would be the Packers landing one of the top prospects in the class, like Jordan Morgan, while Bakhtiari returns for another season.

Left guard: Elgton Jenkins

Elgton Jenkins is back to his Pro Bowl best this season. The Packers have questions at center and right guard, but they are set at left guard with Jenkins.

Center: Jackson Powers-Johnson

An area the Packers could upgrade in the draft is center. Josh Myers' play is still too inconsistent. Green Bay should add competition in the offseason, and Oregon's Jackson Powers-Johnson is one of the best centers in the class. His biggest strength is run-blocking, an area the Packers must improve.

Right guard: Sean Rhyan

Green Bay's starting right guard might already be on the roster. Sean Rhyan's snap counts are increasing, and he is outperforming starter Jon Runyan Jr. It feels similar to last season when Devonte Wyatt was clearly playing better than Dean Lowry, but the Packers didn't make a change. Green Bay should add more depth in the draft, but Rhyan deserves an opportunity.

Right tackle: Zach Tom

Moving Zach Tom to center is an option, but he is playing at such a high level at right tackle, and it makes sense to leave him there. According to Pro Football Focus, Tom has allowed only one sack and two QB hits this season.

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